Category Archives: Technology

Small But Meaningful – Blue 8.0.3 – A Q&A with Director of Product, Nitin Sharma

Blue is Explorance’s holistic Experience Management (XM) platform. It facilitates gathering all the feedback data collected at a Higher Ed institution or Enterprise-level business in one place – supporting data-driven decisions with best-in-class integration, automation, and robust reporting. Blue supports both Student Experience Management (SXM) and Employee Experience Management (EXM) strategies by enabling better course evaluations, survey management, 360 degree reviews, and more. The last Read More

10 Myths About UGC and How to Prevent Negative UGC from Undermining your Brand

When the pandemic started in March of 2020, much of the world’s daily life moved online and has remained there ever since. With this shift comes an increase in the presence of fraudulent, harmful, or just plain brand-damaging user-generated content (UGC). The most common forms of negative UGC are spam, content containing violence, brand trashing, nudity, fraudulent activity, illegal products, and controversial content. And today Read More

Synchronous Boost Converter Powers High-Current LEDs Even at Low Input Voltages

What you’ll learn: Asynchronous vs. synchronous topologies. How a synchronous boost LED controller minimizes efficiency losses. The challenge of low-input-voltage operation. High-power LEDs continue to proliferate in modern lighting systems, spanning automotive headlights, industrial/commercial signage, architectural lighting, and a variety of consumer electronics applications. The industry’s transition toward LED technology is driven by the distinct advantages that solid-state lighting offers Read More

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Women in Tech – Chapter 1

I still remember the day when I first came to Zomato, it was for one of their Tech Recruitment Programmes, Trial Week. I hadn’t really heard much about Zomato before this and honestly wasn’t sure if this was the space I wanted to be in. Adding on to this, there was a perception of Zomato as an organisation that frequently resorted Read More

Ontario’s digital health program has a data quality problem, despite billions in spending

Digital health is about applying advanced information technologies to enable free flow of patient information across the circle of care. For patients, that means every health-care provider they see at different locations should be able to access relevant health record information quickly and efficiently. Digital health technology, such as electronic health records, is believed to enhance patient-centred care, improve integrated Read More

What to expect from AWS re:Invent 2021

When you’re as well-known as Amazon Web Services (AWS), the event starts long before the users get on site. As a result, there are already road to re:Invent video sessions being shown to prelude AWS re:Invent 2021, with the event proper being staged in Las Vegas from November 29 to December 3 this year. But before we get to any of that, let’s address health — AWS has Read More

The Advantages of Buy Now, Pay Later for Ecommerce Stores

How to Become an Information Security Analyst: Cracking the Code

Your bank transactions, your family’s medical history or an organization’s financial records—all of these exist in the form of data that are electronically stored somewhere outside of most people’s consideration. And this data is in desperate need of protection. “The bargain we strike is that being so open and connected makes us vulnerable,” says Peter Nguyen of Palo Alto Networks. In Read More

How to Create an Ebook To Market Your Business (7 Easy Steps)

Publishing an ebook has never been easier for any company or entrepreneur. Anyone can turn their long years of experience into a long content piece at no cost…. then enjoy the fruits of their work for many years to come. But: If it’s easy and cheap, then everyone else is probably already doing it. Which makes it impossible for most Read More

CloudLinux commits to ‘commits’ on (CentOS replacement) Project Lenix

CloudLinux OS is a Linux distribution intended for use by shared [web] hosting providers. But there is more to the story than just the arrival of this distro, developed by software company CloudLinux, Inc. CloudLinux OS is based on the CentOS operating system; it uses the OpenVZ kernel and the rpm package manager… and the resulting work programme is known as Project Lenix. Project Lenix is to be Read More